A surge of warm air rushes into Southeast Wisconsin today on growing Southwesterly breezes. Readings will rise above average, at last, topping out in the mid 50s. A cold front approaches from the West late in the day shifting winds to the West and Northwest shutting down the uptick in temperatures and ushering in a much cooler Friday. Even with the passing frontal boundary, our dry weather will continue. There's simply not enough moisture to produce any precipitation, yet. The front will produce some cloudiness later in the day, though. We still seem to be on track for a split weekend with the next, best chance of precipitation coming in the form of rain on Saturday into Saturday night.
Enjoy the warmth and have a great Thursday!